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  1. Bump. Still available. [url="http://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=475131812519694&set=vb.194283290604549&type=2&theater"]Here[/url] is a video of its builder taking it for a spin.
  2. [quote name='Descendent' timestamp='1424866603' post='2701301'] That's a very classy and elegant bass. Not too dissimilar from my Alpher fretless. Got to love and unlined ebony board! [/quote] Unlined ebony boards are amazing, this however is Zericote!
  3. thank you Roland. I agree with you 100% on everything you just said
  4. [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]Unlined fretless - p-up and electronics very similar to a pre-EB Ray.[/font][/color] [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]Built by Maurizio of [url="http://www.mauriziouberbasses.com/"]MÜB[/url] in 2011 and features his incredibly practical Hybrid headless design and an ergonomic 8 bolt neck. Only selling because I need the money. Asking for [s]£1000 [/s][b]£900[/b], SE London.[/font][/color] [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]Body: Asian ash with Mediterranean Olivewood top and Macassar Ebony back laminate[/font][/color] [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]Neck: Wenge/Ebony/Wenge, Ziricote Fingerboard[/font][/color] [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]Pickup: Delano HB(ebony casing)[/font][/color] [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]On-board Preamp: Bartolini 2-band EQ with Active/Passive push/pull volume[/font][/color] [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]Bridge: ETS headless[/font][/color] [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]Nut: Brass[/font][/color] [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]Weight: 6.3 lbs (2.8 kg)[/font][/color] [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]Radius: 16''[/font][/color] [color=#141823][font=Helvetica, Arial,]Scale: 34''[/font][/color]
  5. [media]http://youtu.be/6zFK6hdKRd8[/media]
  6. cccy

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    withdrawn. sorry!
  7. Hello! How is everyone doing? I practically live in two countries (don't ask) which involves travelling back and forth... Problem: Got a sweet combo in the UK but just a cabinet in my home country (recently sold the amp head I had to buy the sweet combo). I gig in both countries though I cannot afford to buy another amp ATM. Solution: After a lot of (im)mature thinking, I decided to pull the combo head out. Surprisingly, it surrendered right away without making any fuss. However being part of a combo, the amp has no top. Can you guys suggest an easy solution? Thank you!
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